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Irish Poetry Reading; Muireann Ní Chuív reads the poem Glas (Green) by the modern Irish poet Ailbhe Ní Ghearbhuigh at ELA's "Unheard Of Part 3", focused on Celtic languages, December 13, 2013.
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Irish Poetry Reading; Prof. Hilary Mhic Suibhne (Sweeney) of NYU reads her own work, Slad na Soininne, at UNHEARD OF! part 3. Presented by Endangered Language Alliance at Bowery Poetry in New York City on 12/13/13.
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Frances Mulraney talks about her experiences as a young Irish speaker in New York and her work on the National Folklore Collection in Ireland.
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Lifelong New Yorker Seán Mac Giolla Ghunna describes how he came to the Irish language and the importance of keeping it alive, not just in the Gaeltacht but in settings like the New York book club.
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Irish Poetry Reading; With help from the audience, Tim McKeon (Tad Mac Eoghain) sings "Fill Up the Jug" (Líontar Dúinn an Crúiscín) at ELA's "Unheard Of Part 3", focused on Celtic languages, December 13, 2013.
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Irish Poetry Reading; Prof. Hilary Mhic Suibhne (Sweeney) of NYU reads the Trén Bhfearann Breac by Colm Breathnach at UNHEARD OF! Part 3. Presented by Endangered Language Alliance at Bowery Poetry in New York City on 12/13/13.
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Irish Poetry Reading; Tim McKeon (Tad Mac Eoghain) signs "The New Island" (Críocha 'n Oileáin Úir), about America, at ELA's "Unheard Of Part 3", focused on Celtic languages, December 13, 2013.
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Maura Mulligan, born in County Mayo but now an Irish teacher in New York, talks about her experiences as an Irish speaker in New York.
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Summary/Translation; Barry O'Séanáin, who hails from Dublin but now tends bar in midtown Manhattan, talks about being a young Irish speaker in New York today. Recorded on Irish Language Day 2016 at the Irish Arts Center in NYC.
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Irish Poetry Reading; Muireann Ní Chuív reads the poem Glas (Green) by the Irish poet Liam Ó Flaithearta at ELA's "Unheard Of Part 3", focused on Celtic languages, December 13, 2013.
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Daithí Mac Lochlainn, who was born in New York learned Irish as an adult, describes his journey as an Irish-language activist, most recently his involvement opening a new local branch of Conradh na Gaelige (The Gaelic League).
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In this video, "An Irish-Speaking Actor in New York", Dónall Ó Héalaí, an Irish actor and Irish speaker in New York, talks about using his language as an actor and in daily life, periodic returns to Ireland, and working with the Irish Arts Center in New York.
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Aindriú Ó Ciardha, originally from Ohio but a long-time resident of Connecticut, talks about about his love of the Irish language, his attempts to fill the relative lack of Irish-language science fiction, and his hopes for the future.
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Frances (Proinsias) Longworth, originally from County Westmeath, has been living in Brooklyn. Here she describes her Irish-language education, her time with the "sisters", and her return to the language after several years.
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